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The 2016 National Track Calendar (NTC) men’s and women’s sprint and endurance champions were crowned following June 17-18 Festival of Speed-Red Robin Finals in Trexlertown, Pa.
Thirty-four spots are up for grabs on the organization's seven sport committees, and four positions are open on the Board of Directors.
USA Cycling announced all BMX, mountain bike and road athletes to compete for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Cycling Team on Thursday, filling out the remainder of the U.S. Olympic lineup for the sport.
Raphael Gagne (CAN/Cannondale 360fly p/b SUGOI) and Larissa Connors (Silverado, Calif./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) jumped to the front of the men’s and women’s Pro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) standings after a big day at the June 18 Missoula XC in Missoula, Mont.
Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) added to her 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings lead with three podium finishes at the June 15-19 North Star Grand Prix in Minneapolis.
Brandon McNulty (Phoenix, Ariz./LUX Cycling-Strading p/b Specialized) took the General Classification win at the June 17-19 Trofeo Karlsberg in Belgium, continuing a hot summer for the junior men’s program.
Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) won the women’s omnium at the June 11-12 Air Force Association Cycling Classic in Arlington, Va., to jump ahead in the women’s 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings as the calendar reached the midpoint.
CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall on the importance of USA Cycling's election season
The 2016 National Track Calendar (NTC) were shaken up, particularly in the women’s sprint ranks, as the calendar neared it's finale at the June 10 Fastest Man on Wheels in Trexlertown, Pa.
Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./The YT Mob) clocked the top time at the UCI World Cup #4 in Leogang, Austria, on Sunday, fortifying his standings lead at the season’s midpoint.
Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Daylight Cycle Co.) bested a field of eight riders to win the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials – BMX Saturday in Chula Vista, Calif., clinching a BMX spot on the 2016 Olympic cycling team.
USA Cycling announced this week that Hot Shoppe Designs of San Clemente, Calif., is the official uniform provider for the USA Cycling BMX Program. Hot Shoppe Designs will design and manufacture the World Cup, U.S. Olympic Team Trials – BMX and Olympic Team uniforms in 2016, the first of a three-year partnership.
Tommy Zula (New Carlisle, Ohio/DK Bicycles), who finished second at Friday’s BMX Last Chance Qualifier, will compete at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – BMX per the USA Cycling Selection Committee’s vote. 
Congratulations to the four student-athletes named as recipients for the Kuck and Stenner scholarships.
USA Cycling has named its official bike transportation partner in a multi-year agreement that takes effect immediately and runs through 2018.
A BMX Olympic Team spot is on the line this weekend, as eight riders will line up for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – BMX this Saturday at the Chula Vista, Calif., Olympic Training Center. Competition begins at 5:50 p.m. EDT/2:50 p.m. PDT, and there are two ways to take in all the action.
The first 2016 National Track Calendar (NTC) events yielded early sprint and endurance standings leaders, as Tracknado and the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix opened the season May 28 in Frisco, Texas, and June 3 in Trexlertown, Pa., respectively.
Travis McCabe (Tucson, Ariz./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing) narrowed the gap in the men’s 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings following a strong performance at the June 5 Philadelphia International Cycling Classic. June 3 Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic criterium also ran this week.
USA Cycling and the world’s leading thermal imaging manufacturer, FLIR Systems, recently partnered at the 2016 Volkswagen Professional Road National Championships in Winston-Salem, N.C., to monitor bicycles for illegal motors and components.
Nineteen members were named to the 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, which run June 28-July 3 in Nove Mesto Na Morave, Czech Republic.
2016 Medica Collegiate All-Stars Announced - An Opportunity for Collegiate Women to Have the Full Pro Cycling Experience
Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./The YT Mob) finished second at the UCI Downhill World Cup #3 in Fort William, GBR on Sunday, retaining his first overall standing as the World Cup approaches the midpoint.
In all, 24 national titles were awarded in Georgia on Sunday.
USA Cycling announced the seven-member BMX Olympic Long Team that will compete at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – BMX on June 11 in Chula Vista, Calif., at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.

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